We have another great week of shows this week at Bluelight!!!
.The best 70′s, 80′s, 90′s, and now music in West Texas! The band inspired by the music legacy and showmanship of Lubbock great Donnie Allison. Check out their latest new writeup here.
John Edward Baumann w/ Flatland Calvary
John Edward “Baumann is a little more candid than most. On his debut EP, West Texas Vernacular, Baumann challenges the norm with a refreshing take on stories that are far from the bubblegum of mainstream country radio.”
Dolly Shine has been cutting their teeth in the Texas/Oklahoma Tour Market for three years and they are ready to bust loose. With their current debut full length album “Room to Breathe”, recorded with Award-Winning Producer Bart Rose at Fort Worth Sound, these texas boys have found their sound and you are going to love it.
K. Phillips & The Concho Pearls
On K Phillips debut American Girls, the West Texan champions the desperate, the sleazy and the broken, with small-town murals that glimpse into the jealousy of a sheriff, lovers that freeze to death and a crude lothario that misquotes dead poets. He prefers bygone rock sounds, leading his band on resonator, mouth harp, banjo, guitar, Hammond B3 and Piano, the latter being his primary tool.
It’s that time of year again. September 6th we will be hosting our 5th annual 4-man scramble benefiting the American Cancer Society at Reese Golf Course. Our Street Concert will be held September 27th right in front of the Bluelight on Buddy Holly Ave. To sign up your golf team or to check out sponsorship opportunities simply click the link on this page in the upper right hand corner or simply click here.
The headline is true. We are celebrating 15 years of Bluelight greatness with a good ole’ fashioned romp and stomp on Buddy Holly Ave. The stars will be out. 3 of the Bluelight favorites will be taking the outdoor stage. William Clark Green, Red Shahan Band, and Taddy Porter. Gates will open at 7 p.m. with music starting around 8:30. 18 and up is welcome. The patio will even be open. Tom’s Daiquiri will be open. We will have portable beer and liquor bars on the street. 4 bars, 3 bands, 2 beers, and a partridge. You don’t wanna miss this epic night to celebrate the amazing music that has graced this venue over the years. First 200 people through the door get a free commemorative 15 year Bluelight koozie. These will be worth hundreds on Ebay someday.
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This Friday (6/13/14) the Dirty River Boys shall turn their return to Bluelight into a burner of barns. Buddy Holly Avenue in front of Bluelight and Tom’s Daiquiri will be completely blocked off so we can make room to put a stage and plenty of audience. Not only will you get to see DRB, but you can make room in your evening to see Grady Spencer & Dalton Domino and The Front Porch Family Band open the festivities! Gates will open at 7 p.m. As soon as the gates open you can stroll into Bluelight where The Parker Morrow Band will be getting the party started inside on the main stage.
Dalton Domino & FPFB will be starting at approx. 8 p.m. Grady Spencer will be going on at approx. 9:37. DRB will be after. Tickets will be available at the gates. $20 for 21 and up. $25 for 18 and up.If you want to reserve your spot and pre order your tickets you can simply click here.